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EBR GOP HQ to Provide Signs, Literature for All Candidates

The Republican Party of East Baton Rouge Parish is opening a parish headquarters beginning Friday, Feb. 12 to serve all candidates in Louisiana’s Presidential Primary, which will be held on Saturday, March 5. The headquarters, which will be located at 711 Jefferson Hwy., Suite 1B, will allow supporters of all the candidates to have a place […]

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GOP Road Show Coming Here as Delegate Hunt Moves to South

The Republican Presidential Primary season is in high gear, and Republican voters in Louisiana can expect to be courted by supporters of the three main candidates running for the nomination and perhaps even the candidates themselves. Louisiana Republicans will go to their regular voting precincts on Saturday, March 5 from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. and […]

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Dr. David Walker to Lead Central Alliance

The Central Community Alliance has elected a new chairman of the board, Dr. David Walker.  He will take office at its Jan. 19 meeting at DEMCO. Harry Rauls will continue to serve as vice chairman, Betsy Hooper as secretary/treasurer, and Lee Rome as assistant secretary/treasurer. Other directors are Angela Summerville, Joan Lansing, and Wayne Messina. […]

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A Message from Gov. John Bel Edwards

Citizens of Louisiana, Two hundred thirteen years ago today, on January 11, 1803, President Thomas Jefferson directed Robert Livingston and James Monroe to enter into a treaty with France to purchase the Louisiana Territory. What followed was the largest territorial gain in the United States’ history. New American land from fifteen present-day states and two […]

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Boots Garland: BR Coaching Legend

On January 11, 2016 an icon of Baton Rouge and Parkview Baptist passed into glory.  If you were blessed during your high school years to be influenced by a special teacher or coach who you will never forget, then you know a little about what Boots Garland meant to us here at Parkview.  From 1984 […]

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Trump, Cruz To Face Off Here March 5

Louisi-ana voters will go to the polls on Saturday, March 5 in the state’s Presidential Primary.  Fourteen Republican candidatess will appear on the ballot including the top two candidates — Donald Trump and Ted Cruz. Democratic voters will choose between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.  You must be a member of a political party in […]

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Rep. Taylor Barras Elected Speaker Without Promising Chairmanships

On paper, the Speaker of the Louisiana House has enormous power.  Unlike Congress, where seniority is important in choosing not only committee chairmen but the members of each committee, Louisiana does not have a seniority system at all.  As a result, under House Rules, the Speaker appoints every single House committee chairman.  Not only that.  He […]

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La. House Makes History

Republicans in the Louisiana House did something Monday that hasn’t been done in nearly 100 years.  They elected a Speaker of the House who was not handpicked in advance by the governor. This rare expression of legislative independence came after the election of a Democratic governor in a state where 61 of the 105 members of […]

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Devon Gales Fundraiser Set Dec. 5

Devon Gales Fundraiser Set Dec. 5

Devon Gales, who was seriously injured while playing for Southern University against Georgia on Sept. 26, 2015, will be honored Saturday during the Central Christmas Parade. Mayor Jr. Shelton will ride with  Gales’ father, Donny  Gales, and stepmom Tanisha Gales, who teachs at Central High. After the parade, jambalaya and gumbo from Mike Anderson’s will […]

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Former CHS Football Player Helps  Secure 2015 Sunbelt Championship

Former CHS Football Player Helps Secure 2015 Sunbelt Championship

“10-0! It’s a surreal feeling!” exclaimed former Central Wildcat Zach Hetrick, as he held the 2015 Sunbelt Championship trophy after McNeese’s win over Lamar. Now, the 2nd Team All-Conference tight end will wait with his teammates for their first playoff opponent. Those who missed McNeese State’s Southland Conference-clinching win over Sam Houston State three weeks […]

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